Correspondence of Gerard Manley Hopkins and Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, 1863-1888

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[Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (Manor Farm, Shanklin, Isle of Wight) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, in which he proves 'syllogistically' that Baillie is a 'fool'. Discusses the 'Princess'; his social life; country and sea life; etc.]

Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (Manor Farm, Shanklin, Isle of Wight) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, in which he proves 'syllogistically' that Baillie is a 'fool'. Discusses the 'Princess'; his social life; country and sea life; Millais' art; his sketching, reading and...

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[Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (Manor Farm, Shanklin) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing Baillie as a critic; criticism in general; prejudice; the weather; and his travel plans.]

Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (Manor Farm, Shanklin) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing Baillie as a critic; criticism in general; prejudice; the weather; and his travel plans. Written: Manor Farm, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 6 September 1863.

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[Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (Oak Hill, Hampstead, N. W.) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing his thoughts on being home; details of a visit to Edgeware; the architecture of a church in Edgeware; his mother not wishing him to fast. etc.

Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (Oak Hill, Hampstead, N. W.) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing his thoughts on being home; details of a visit to Edgeware; the architecture of a church in Edgeware; his mother not wishing him to fast. Encloses 'An Essaye Morall and Political' by...

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Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing his meeting with Baillie's cousin, Mrs. Cunliffe; his impending trip to Wales; his visit to the Junior Water Colours and the British Institution; etc.

Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing his meeting with Baillie's cousin, Mrs. Cunliffe; his impending trip to Wales; his visit to the Junior Water Colours and the British Institution; his adventures in Wales; and his reading and writing. Written:...

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